Dear RTV Virtual tour provider,
The reason I am contacting you is to get some feed back on the RTV business , your name and contact were given to me as references from my sales rep at RTV. I am considering getting into this business and wanted some insight from some people that have being doing it for awhile. First of how helpful is RTV with an issues and is this hard to market if your not in the immediate real estate business? Do potential clients think the pricing is fair? How hard is it to build clientèle and keep repeat business? Can this be a full time business or strictly part time? I greatly appreciate your comments. I can be reached at 555-555-5555 or you can email me and give me a convenient time to call you .Thanks in advance.
Good afternoon Joe,
In your email you asked me for my opinion of Real Tour Vision and the virtual tour business in general. I have been in the virtual tour business since the summer of 2005. My first attempted into the business was with a company that no longer is in business. (that is a good thing) It was altogether a very bad experience. During the time I was with “that company” I was in phone contact with Jason at Real Tour Vision and of course, Jason was telling me all the things I thought I wanted to hear!
After a few months of a very bad experience, I decided to sever all contact with “that company” and toss my hat in the ring with Real Tour Vision. That was in the fall of 2005.
To date, Realtor Vision has never, let me repeat, NEVER disappointed me! Everything they promised me has been delivered and more. The Real Tour Vision staff is sincerely interested in the success of its full service providers. They know, the more success we have, the more successful Real Tour Vision will be.
I have never had a problem or question that wasn’t answered or dealt with promptly and professionally by the RTV staff. My experience has been excellent as far as RTV in concerned. In my opinion, you will not be disappointed by choosing Real Tour Vision.
As for the business itself, it can be anything you want it to be. If you’re looking for a full time business and a very good living, you need only work toward the end. I look at the real estate side of the business as the bread and butter part of my work. I concentrate the rest of my efforts on business tours. Business tours would include such business as restaurants, senior citizen life care complexes, gyms and health clubs, and on and on. Again, you can lean on Real Tour vision to help you with building your business. They have a full line of sample advertising and “How-To” articles for building a virtual tour business from scratch, including recommended pricing.
All in all, I have to say, my total experience with Real Tour Vision has been more than positive. While I have never personally met anyone at RTV, I consider these people team members and friends.
I love the virtual tour business and RTV, obviously!
Anything else I can answer for you or if you would like to simply talk about the business, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Howard “Nic” Nichols
Mt. Holly, NJ 08060